The Metabolic Link to Bones
One of the most dramatic discoveries in recent times is the direct linking of bone to the natural regulation of blood sugar in your body. This new science demonstrates that bones are actually an endocrine organ.
It has been found that osteoblasts secrete a protein called osteocalcin that is not only involved in the formation of bone density but acts as a hormone, communicating to stored fat and increasing the production of adiponectin, a vital hormone that enables your liver to correctly process insulin. At the same time, osteocalcin talks to your pancreas and helps it make insulin in the first place, so that you have improved ...
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